Are you tired of boring, slow-speaking English lessons that don't teach you the way that natives really speak? Do you wanna learn how English is spoken in the real world?
In this podcast, Ethan, Andrea, and Justin—your American and British Fluency Coaches will take you beyond the classroom and help you live, learn, and SPEAK English in the real world through fun, natural, conversational lessons that will rapidly teach you:
- To understand fast-speaking natives
- The vocabulary, phrasal verbs, idioms, and slang that you actually need to know
- Native pronunciation and connected speech (how we natives cut and connect our words in a predictable way)
- American and British English and their differences
Above all, we'll help you develop the mindset, the method, and the mastery to live your English in the real world!
#243 - Differences in School & University between UK, US & Australia
In today's podcast episode, we are talking about differences in schooling in the USA, UK and Australia. It's actually pretty shocking how different they are in these three English speaking countries. We will explain what the journey looks like through the schooling system in each country and important terms and vocabulary that you need to know related to this. You might find this especially helpful if you plan on studying abroad or applying to a university in an English-speaking country.
Beyond Borders with Ethan #7: She speaks 15 languages! How did she do it | Shannon Kennedy
Shannon Kennedy, from eurolinguiste.com, is an American entrepreneur, content creator, language learner and musician based in California.
I just am absolutely blown away by Shannon's ability to study 5+ languages simultaneously on top of working, running her own project, and spending time with family. She discusses why motivation is not important, and what actually is really essential. You may want to grab a pen and paper! Now ladies and gents, let's get into episode 7 of Beyond Borders.
#242 - No Time to Learn English? Use These Tips to Make it a Daily Habit!
“I don't have time for English.” “I have so many things to do.” “Work is busy.” Do you ever say these things to yourself? Do you not have time to learn English? We understand how you feel. We’ve felt the same way too learning other languages and we’ve combated that with a few tricks to never let a day pass without learning and practicing the languages we learn. In this podcast lesson, we are going to give you some tips and some strategies to help you make English a part of your everyday
Beyond Borders with Ethan #6: How to Make English Useful and Interesting to You | Christina Lorimer
Christina Lorimer is an English instructor, materials writer, academic consultant, and entrepreneur. She is a specialist in English as a second language and has worked with NGOs and immigrant refugees for many years. We talked about the emotional barriers people experience when learning a second language, and her advice could help you overcome your own limits to speak. It was interesting hearing her perspectives on culture shock and reverse culture shock when returning to the USA.
#241 - 12 Funny English Expressions Kids Use
Today we have a very special podcast where we take a trip down memory lane (remember the past) and talk about expressions that we used to say as kids. These are funny playground expressions, some of which you've probably heard in kid shows or in family movies. As you’ll see the vocabulary and the language can be quite interesting, even philosophical, in some of these. Don’t miss out!
Beyond Borders with Ethan #5: Learn from Language Expert who Speaks 8 Languages and How to Learn English with Stories | Olly Richards
Olly Richards, iwillteachyoualanguage.com and langpreneur.com, is a polyglot online teacher, author, and entrepreneur. After buying a one-way ticket to Paris at the age of 19, there was no turning back on the language learning journey for him. Since then, Olly has learned more than eight languages fluently and has developed his own method, StoryLearning, to help thousands of people speak a foreign language.
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Ohhh Yeah! Hi there. I”ve been listening this podcast for about two years or less, and I have recommended it to all muy friends who are studying english. It" s very nice to hear english accents from different countries and different cultures. Thanks, please Keep going! Ronald Ramirez